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                    AQUA IONIC
             USER’S AND MAINTENANCE
                     MANUAL




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                       EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

    Manufacturer         S.I.A.T.A. S.r.l.
    Address              Via Virginio 370/372
                         50025 Montespertoli-Florence (ITALY)


    Herewith declares that:
    PN
                                           AJ7-02/05
    Description
                        AQUA JONIC CONTROLLER WITH PROBE

    is in conformity with the provision of the following EEC directives:

             Elettromagnetic Compatibilty 89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC
             Low Voltage                  73/23/EEC,93/68/EEC
    and that the following harmonized standards have been applied:
    EN 50081-1 Generic Emission Standard-Part 1:residential,commercial and light
               industrial premises.
    EN 50082-1 Generic Immunity Standard-Part 1:residential,commercial and light
               industrial premises.
    EN 60742 Directions concerning isolation and security trasformers.


    S.I.A.T.A. S.r.l. has a quality system in accordance with the requirements of
    ISO 9001/ UNI EN ISO 9001-ed.1994 (Certificate n° 95.022 SGS ICS)


                Date                                          Managing Director
                                                                 LUIGI FERRALI
            18.09.1998


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                                                          Table of contents
1 – GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS ..................................................................... 4
2 – TECHNICAL DATA ............................................................................................ 4
4 – CODE MEANING ................................................................................................. 7
5 - GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................... 8
  5.1 – Packaging and storage ........................................................................................................... 8
  5.2 – Installation .............................................................................................................................. 8
  5.3 – Maintenance ........................................................................................................................... 9
  5.4 – Safety devices ......................................................................................................................... 9
6 – INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE .............................................................................. 10
  6.1 – Powering on .......................................................................................................................... 10
  6.2 – Working ................................................................................................................................ 10
    6.2.1 – Auto Set Point ................................................................................................................. 11
    6.2.2 – Auto Volume ................................................................................................................... 12
    6.2.3 – Auto Set Point + Auto Volume ....................................................................................... 12
    6.2.4 – Manual ............................................................................................................................. 12
    6.2.5 – Auto Set point + Manual ................................................................................................. 12
    6.2.6 – Auto Volume + Manual................................................................................................... 13
  6.3 – Checking the regeneration efficiency ................................................................................. 13
  6.4 – Programming ....................................................................................................................... 14
  6.5 – Starting operations .............................................................................................................. 15
  6.6 – Managing the volume .......................................................................................................... 15
  6.7 – Installing the probe. ............................................................................................................. 16
  6.8 – Connections .......................................................................................................................... 17
    6.8.1 – Connection of this version to 3 DIN sockets ................................................................... 18
7 – TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................... 19
8 – SPARE PARTS .................................................................................................... 21




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1 – GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Aqua Ionic manages SIATA multi-way valves for the creation of water treatment devices.

The regenerative cycle, which is completely programmable, can be activated in either of the
following ways:

   after a programmable time during which the probe detects that the water is not good;
   immediately when the treatable volume is exhausted;
   manually, using the Manual Regen key;
   immediately by means of the Remote Start external signal.

Aqua Ionic is provided with an eeprom memory where the programming is stored, and of a buffer
battery allowing to keep the working parameters in the memory in the event of a supply voltage
failure.

Aqua Ionic, as well as all the other SIATA controllers, is compliant with the EEC Directives and is
built in the SIATA factory in Montespertoli, Florence (Italy) working with the Quality System
certified according to the following standard

                                    ISO 9001 / UNI EN ISO 9001.




2 – TECHNICAL DATA

Supply voltage                                                  230 Vac  10% (*)
Mains frequency                                                 50 Hz  3% (*)
Absorbed power                                                  4.6 VA
Working temperature                                             4° C – 40° C
Case size                                                       165 mm x 127 mm x 70 mm
Total weight                                                    from 1 to 1.7 Kg

(*) Special versions available upon request.




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3 – MEANING OF LEDs AND KEYS




      Fig. 1


                                           LED functionality (Tab. 1)
    SET POINT
                          It is on during the set point value setting.
    (yellow case)
    SET POINT
                          It is on when the conductivity value surpasses the set point value.
     (blue case)
ALARM (blue case)
                          It goes on during programming when setting the set point intervention time.
SET POINT DELAY
                          During operation, it illuminates to indicate an alarm condition.
    (yellow case)
   EXT. ALARM             It is on when the inhibition signal is present.
 AUTO SET POINT           It is on when the regeneration must start because water is not good.
  AUTO VOLUME             It is on when the regeneration must start because of exhausted volume.
     MANUAL               It is on when the regeneration must not start automatically.
   INT. ALARM             It is on when regeneration is not successful.




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                                   Key functionality (Tab. 2)
                    When pressed during operation, it changes the setting of the X 1 or X 10 probes.
      X 0.1           When pressed at the end of the programming phase, it allows to access the
                                   programming of the regeneration cycle phases.
  PROGRAM
                        It allows to access the programming functions of the working parameters.
    MODE
                    When pressed during programming or time setting, it allows to increase the digit
  ADVANCE                                         blinking on the display.
                        When pressed during operation, it allows to display the residual volume.
  SELECT                             It allows to change the regeneration start mode.
 MAN. REGEN                          It allows to activate the regeneration manually.
                       During programming, it allows to quit without saving the parameter being
     RESET                                   modified when the key is pressed.
                                               During regeneration it ends it.
                    Placed below the 6 keys, in the middle between Advance and Volume/Clock, it
 HIDDEN KEY           allows to start a test regeneration. When pressed during some programming
                                    phases, it zeroes the digit blinking on the display.




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4 – CODE MEANING


                                                                               Fig. 2




            Fig. 2
On the case rear panel a label as in Fig. 2 indicates:

AI7-02/05              the controller code
12705                  the order number (which is the same as the lot number)
SN 110/98              the serial number with reference to the code

In particular, the controller code is composed as follows:

               AI 7 – 02 / 05

                                           Controller version, assigned by the Technical Office for
                                           customizations (05 = standard).
                                           Typology of the electric connections (02 = DIN sockets).
                                           Number of drivers (7 = 7 drivers).
                                           Family to which the controller belongs (AI = Aqua Ionic).




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 5 - GENERAL INFORMATION
 Please find herewith below some instructions to be followed during the controller usage and
 maintenance in order to ensure its long-term operativity.


 5.1 – Packaging and storage

 The package consists in a box with a product identification label.
 The device must be stored in environments compliant with the following characteristics:
       -          temperature within +4°C e +40°C;
       -          relative humidity within 30 % and 95 %.


 5.2 – Installation

 The controller installation must be performed by qualified technical staff; the installation
 procedures must be performed when the device is off power.
 The device consists in an ABS case closed on front by a cover blocked with 4 screws. As an
 optional, a transparent cover is available that can be used as a keyboard protection.
 The controller is supplied by a 230 / 12 Vac transformer. Upon request, other types of transformer
 are available (Es. 115 / 12 Vac – 60 Hz).
 The right hand side of the case is opened where the DIN sockets are placed (Fig. 9).


Fig. 3                                                   Fig. 4




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In the event you would like to supply the controller external drivers (see Fig. 3 and 4) with
compressed air, please make sure that:
 The air pressure be within 1 and 6 bar, and however not higher than the input water pressure;
 an air humidification system (with water or proper silicone lubricant) is mounted on the air line,
    in order to prevent the driver internal seals from getting dry;

SIATA always recommends to supply the drivers with water. In this case it is necessary to use an
input filter to avoid impurities.

Please be particularly careful when installing the controller in environments that are not compliant
with the EN 50082-1 standard (electromagnetic compatibility).

5.3 – Maintenance

Mind to check the battery efficiency about every 12 months as follows:
 Switch off the timer for at least 15 minutes.
 The timer disconnected from the supply voltage, check the battery voltage using a multimeter. If
   the measured voltage is less than 3,2 Vdc, replace the battery with the spare part code 867.

The following servicing operations must always be performed when the controller is off power.
In case of replacement of the electronic board only and each time you operate on the open case,
please avoid as much as possible touching the components and the welded parts with your hands,
above all in the microprocessor area, since possible electrostatic discharges could seriously damage
the controller.
Furthermore, we recommend not to place the electronic board on a metal surface, unless it is
properly isolated (a couple of paper sheets will be sufficient).
To store the electronic boards, please always use the anti-static envelopes that come with the
replacement kits.

Avoid the electronic board to come in contact with liquids. In case it happens, please dry it with an
air jet.


5.4 – Safety devices

The controller is provided with the following safety devices :

   Safety and isolation transformer.
   Safety electronic circuit against voltage peaks and disturbances.




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6 – INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
6.1 – Powering on

Aqua Ionic is not provided with power switches. Powering on is obtained by connecting the power
transformer to the outlet.


6.2 – Working

After powering on, the display placed on the front panel will display the conductivity value read by
the probe.

The regeneration starting modalities are the following:

                     The regeneration starts at the expiration of the programmed delay time that
Auto Set Point       begins to be counted when the conductivity value read by the probe exceeds the
                     programmed threshold limit.
Auto Volume          Immediate start when the available volume is exhausted.
                     The timer performs both the above mentioned checks and will activate the
Auto Set Point
                     regeneration as soon as either of the two checks will indicate that the foreseen
+ Auto Volume
                     conditions have been reached.
Manual               The regeneration starts only when pressing the proper key.
Auto Set Point       The timer performs the checks requested by the Auto Set point mode, but it is not
+ Manual             able to perform the regeneration in the automatic mode.
Auto Volume +        The timer performs the checks requested by the Auto Volume mode, but it is not
Manual               able to perform the regeneration in the automatic mode.


                Event                                  What happens                          Display
                                       The display shows the conductivity value read by
Powering on
                                       the probe.                                            0050
                                       At the end of a regeneration, or pressing the reset
                                       key, the working parameters are restored with the
Start of operation
                                       programmed values. The display shows the              0050
                                       conductivity.
                                       The impulses issued by the counter allow to
                                       decrease the treatable volume. The display is still   0050
                                       showing the conductivity.
Exhausting volume
                                       The regeneration will start when the volume
                                       reaches value 0 and the timer is programmed in the    1C26
                                       Auto Volume mode.




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                                      When the volume reaches value 0 and the timer is
                                      programmed in the Manual or in the Auto Set Point
Exhausting volume
                                      mode, the volume value remains 0. The display is      0050
                                      still showing the conductivity.
                                      The conductivity value read by the probe exceeds
                                      the set point value which has been set. The Set
Conductivity beyond the set point
value.
                                      Point LED placed on the left hand side of the panel   0100
                                      will illuminate.
                                      The set programmed delay time begins to elapse.
                                      When the programmed delay time for the set point
                                      value has elapsed and the controller is programmed
                                      to be working in the Auto Set Point mode, the         1C26
                                      regeneration will start.
The set point delay time has elapsed. When the programmed delay time for the set point
                                      value has elapsed and the controller is not
                                      programmed to be working in the Auto Set Point
                                      mode, the Alarm LED placed on the left hand side      0100
                                      of the panel will illuminate indicating an alarm
                                      condition.
                                      The Ext. Alarm LED placed on the panel left-hand
The inhibit indication appears on the
DIN 180° socket (fig. 16).
                                      side illuminates.                                     0050
                                      The display is still indicating the conductivity.
Pressure of the Manual Regen key The regeneration cycle starts even if the controller
during operation.                     is inhibited (see previous point).                    1C26


6.2.1 – Auto Set Point

When Aqua Ionic is programmed in the Auto Set Point mode (this condition must be confirmed by
the illumination of the corresponding LED on the panel), there is a comparison between the
conductivity value and the programmed set point value (steps 1 and 2 in tab. 3). When the
conductivity exceeds the set point value, the device begins counting the set delay time (step 6 tab.
3). If the conductivity value does not decrease before expiration of the delay time, the regeneration
will start.
If the inhibition signal is present on pin 4 of the DIN 180° socket when the delay time exhausts (the
Ext. Alarm LED is on), Aqua Ionic will not start regeneration and will activate the alarm (Alarm
LED on the panel and output signal on the DIN 360° socket). At the same moment when the
inhibition signal is deactivated, the alarm will also be deactivated (Alarm LED on the panel and
output signal on the DIN 360° socket) and the regeneration will start. The Ext. Alarm LED will
remain on to indicate the situation that has occurred until the end of the regenerative cycle.




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6.2.2 – Auto Volume

When Aqua Ionic is programmed in the Auto Volume mode (this condition must be confirmed by
the illumination of the corresponding LED on the panel), the regeneration will be performed when
the set volume exhausts. No reserve calculation or programming functions are available. If the
inhibition signal is present on the proper pin of the DIN 180° socket when the volume exhausts
(Ext. Alarm LED on), Aqua Ionic will not start regeneration. The Alarm output on the DIN 360°
socket is NOT activated. At the same moment when the inhibition signal is deactivated, the Ext.
Alarm LED will be deactivated and the regeneration will start.
During operation, the controller always performs a comparison between the conductivity and the set
point values, even though it cannot start regeneration. If the value read by the probe exceeds the
programmed set point value and remains above that threshold for the whole set time, the alarm will
activate (Alarm LED on the panel and proper output on the DIN 360° socket).


6.2.3 – Auto Set Point + Auto Volume

When Aqua Ionic is programmed in the Auto Set Point + Auto Volume mode (both LEDs on the
panel are on), both checks indicated in par. 6.2.1 and 6.2.2 are carried out. The regeneration is
activated by the check which as first satisfies the conditions required for the cycle to be started.


6.2.4 – Manual

When Aqua Ionic is programmed in the Manual mode (this condition must be confirmed by the
corresponding LED on the panel), the regeneration can be activated only using the Manual Regen
key placed on the panel.
In this operation mode, too, the checks concerning the volume and the conductivity are performed
according to what described in the previous paragraphs. Only the check on conductivity activates
the alarm both on the panel and on the proper output placed in the DIN 360° socket.


6.2.5 – Auto Set point + Manual

When Aqua Ionic is programmed in the Auto Set Point + Manual mode (this condition must be
confirmed by the illumination of both LEDs on the panel), the regeneration can be activated only
using the Manual Regen key placed on the panel. At the same moment when the conductivity
value read by the probe exceeds the programmed set point value and remains above that threshold
for the whole time that has been set, the alarm will be activated (Alarm LED on the panel and
output signal on the DIN 360° socket).
Any volume exhausting will be ignored.




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6.2.6 – Auto Volume + Manual

When Aqua Ionic is programmed in the Auto Volume + Manual mode (this condition must be
confirmed by the illumination of both LEDs on the panel), the regeneration can be activated only
using the Manual Regen key on the panel. When the volume exhausts, the Alarm output on the
DIN 360° socket activates (but the corresponding LED on the panel does not illuminate). In this
mode, too, the timer performs its checks on the probe reading. At the same moment when the
conductivity value read by the probe exceeds the programmed set point value and remains above
that threshold for the whole time which has been set, the alarm will activate (Alarm LED on the
panel and output signal on the DIN 360° socket).

6.3 – Checking the regeneration efficiency

Pin 3 of the DIN 270° socket, if connected to the ground, enables the regeneration quality check
which is performed during the last cycle phase.
Whichever the operating mode and the cause for the regeneration starting, during the last cycle
phase a comparison between the conductivity value read by the probe and the programmed set point
value occurs; when such a check begins, the Int. Alarm LED illuminates on the panel.
If the value read by the probe is lower than the set point value, the last cycle phase is terminated
before the expiration of the set time, in order not to waste water. The Int. Alarm LED goes out and
the controller will immediately start working.
If, on the contrary, the value read by the probe remains above the set point value for the whole
duration of the last phase of the regeneration cycle, the Int. Alarm LED remains on and blocks the
automatic performance of the successive regeneration cycles, since it is evident that there are
problems preventing a correct regeneration performance. Only at this moment the Alarm output on
the DIN 360° socket is also activated.
It is possible to press the Reset or the Manual Regen keys to reset the alarm.
The Reset key allows to restore the correct performance of the regeneration cycles with automatic
start (which will stop again if the cause preventing the performance of a correct regeneration is not
identified and removed in the meantime), while the Manual Regen key allows to immediately
perform a new regeneration (which will end again with an alarm if, as just mentioned, the cause of
the previous alarm is not removed).

NOTE: In order for this check to be carried out, a duration of at least 1 minute must be
compulsorily programmed for the last phase of the regeneration cycle, step 15, tab. 3.




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6.4 – Programming

Aqua Ionic is programmed using the Program Mode key, and the values can be modified using
the Advance key. Proceed as follows to perform programming:

                                           Programming table (Tab. 3)
 Step
                              Display                              Meaning

   1     PROG. MODE           0 1 0 0 Set point value. The digits on the right-hand side blink.
   2     PROG. MODE           0 1 0 0 Set point value. The digits on the left-hand side blink.
   3     PROG. MODE           0.1 0 0 Volume value. The digits on the right-hand side blink.
   4     PROG. MODE           0.1 0 0 Volume value. The digits on the left-hand side blink.
   5     PROG. MODE           A A.0 1 The counter divider.
   6     PROG. MODE           A A 0 8 The delay time for the activation of the set point alarm..
   7     PROG. MODE           A A 0 8 End of programming. Pressing again quits.
   8          X 0.1           1 C 0 0 The stop of the regenerative cycle first phase.
   9     PROG. MODE           2 C 0 0 The stop of the regenerative cycle second phase.
  10     PROG. MODE           3 C 0 0 The stop of the regenerative cycle third phase.
  11     PROG. MODE           4 C 0 0 The stop of the regenerative cycle fourth phase.
  12     PROG. MODE           5 C 0 0 The stop of the regenerative cycle fifth phase.
  13     PROG. MODE           6 C 0 0 The stop of the regenerative cycle sixth phase.
  14     PROG. MODE           7 C 0 0 The stop of the regenerative cycle seventh phase.
  15     PROG. MODE           8 C 0 0 The stop of the regenerative cycle eighth phase.
  15     PROG. MODE           8 d 0 0 End of programming. It quits after 3 seconds.
  16                          0 0 3 0 The display shows the conductivity again.

Pressing the Program Mode key instead of the X 0.1 key at step 8 of tab. 3, will quit programming
without accessing the regenerative cycle phases. The latter is the recommended procedure
It is possible to press the Reset key at any time to quit programming without storing any changes
made to the value flashing on the display.
At step 15 of tab. 3 the programmed parameters are written in the eeprom.




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IMPORTANT !!
The programming which is set according to the tab. 3 steps becomes operational only when
the user presses the Reset key or performs a regeneration using the Manual Regen key.
Neglecting this simple procedure will result in a behavior compliant with the previous
programming, not with the new one.

6.5 – Starting operations

Aqua Ionic, as well as all SIATA controllers, is considered as operational when able to perform
resins regeneration. This is possible ONLY when the controller “senses” that the cam is correctly
positioned at the stop.
In order to perform a few tests before installation, it is necessary to connect Aqua Ionic to its case
in order that the limit switch input be correctly closed.
Aqua Ionic does not allow to perform any operations until the limit switch input is closed.
With reference to what already stated in par. 6.3, once the Aqua Ionic programming has been
modified, it is necessary to press the Reset key or to perform a regeneration in order to load the new
parameters into the memory.


6.6 – Managing the volume

Steps 3 and 4 of tab. 3 describe how to program the treatable volume.
Using the SIATA Hall effect liter counter, the value of the divider (AA14, step 5 tab. 3) must be set
to 14, which means that the available volume is reduced in a not adjustable way by one liter every
14 impulses issued by the sensor. In this way the maximum treatable volume that can be
programmed is 10.000 liters. If you need to use a larger volume, it is possible to do a simple
arithmetical operation, that is to multiply by two, by three, by four, etc. the divider and at the same
time divide by two, by three, by four, etc. the treatable volume. Examples:

You have to treat 15.000 liters water.

Volume / 2                             15.000 / 2                    7500 in steps 4 and 5 of tab. 3
Divider x 2                            AA14 x 2                      AA28 in step 8 of tab. 3

When starting operations the treatable volume will be 7500 liters.

You have to treat 50.000 liters water.

Volume / 5                             50.000 / 5                    0000 in steps 4 and 5 of tab. 3
Divider x 5                            AA14 x 5                      AA70 in step 8 of tab. 3

When starting operations the treatable volume will be 0000 liters (10000).




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Please note that programming the volume by setting the 0000 value, means programming 10.000,
while setting the AA00 value for the divider means programming the divider as 100.

You can treat maximum 70.000 liters water with the SIATA Hall effect liter counter by
programming 10.000 liters for the treatable volume and AA98 for the divider.

If you use a counter issuing one impulse every liter (or cubic meter), the maximum treatable volume
will be 1.000.000 liters (or cubic meters) if you set to 10.000 liters the treatable volume and to
AA00 the divider (corresponding to 100 impulses every liter or cubic meter). Please note that,
because of the Reed counters characteristics, we recommend not to use 1imp./1m3 or similar
counters.


6.7 – Installing the probe.

The conductivity probe is the most important element of Aqua Ionic and its installation must be
performed with the highest care. A screened cable is always the best choice to connect the
controller to the probe. This choice is compulsory when the distance between the controller and the
probe is over 2 meters and/or when the environment where the controller is being installed is
subject to strong electromagnetic interferences.
Nonetheless, it is possible to use normal cables if the distance between the controller and the probe
is short or if there are not great electric interference sources in the immediate neighborhoods.
In any case, it is advisable not to wire the probe cable near power cables.




                              Fig. 5




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6.8 – Connections




                   Fig. 6



Fig. 6 shows the correct usage of the signals issued by Aqua Ionic in the Open Collector mode. The
relay indicated in the figure must be connected between the terminal of the +12 Vdc and the
terminal of the signal concerned (in the example it is the cycle-end impulse).
Please refer to the table of par. 6.8.1 to learn which signals are issued by the controller in the Open
Collector mode.
The maximum relay absorbency for the trip coil excitation must be 20mA.
Here below follow the codes of a few relays that can be used to this purpose, all of them with a trip
coil to be supplied with 12 Vcd.

Manufacturer              Model
OMRON                     G5V-1 12Vdc
TAKAMISAWA                MZ-12HS-U
MATSUSHITA                JQ1-12V or JQ1a-12V or HD1-M-DC12V




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6.8.1 – Connection of this version to 3 DIN sockets




                   Fig. 7
Fig. 7 shows the connections of the 3 DIN sockets, to be used as follows:

   Contacts                                              Function
DIN A, 1 – 3       Volume, Reed counter or with make, not supplied.
DIN A, 1 – 3 – 5   Volume, Hall effect magnetic counter supplied by a +12 Vdc voltage.
DIN A, 1 – 4       Inhibition signal input (when closed).
DIN A, 2 – 5       Output of the Cycle End Impulse in the Open Collector mode.
DIN B, 4 – 2       Input of the Remote start signal (when closed).
DIN B, 3 – 2       Input of the regeneration quality control activation signal.
DIN C, 1 – 4       Output of the Set Point signal in the Open Collector mode.
DIN C, 3 – 4       Output of the Impulse During Regeneration signal in the Open Collector mode.
DIN C, 5 – 4       Output of the Alarm signal in the Open Collector mode.




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7 – TROUBLESHOOTING
Here follow some basic operations that will help solving those little problems that could arise when
using the Aqua Ionic.
As a general rule, if the suggested remedies do not give any results and independently from the type
of controller, we suggest to check the anomaly by replacing only the electronic board with a new
one or anyway with one that is certainly in a good state (obviously to the extent of your
possibilities). It is important to be able to identify whether the cause of the malfunction is to be
found in electronics, mechanic part, or the harness wiring. Replacing the electronic board may be
already a precious help to identify the real cause of the defect. If our suggestions are not sufficient
to solve your problems, please contact the SIATA assistance service.

         DEFECT                    POSSIBLE CAUSE                                     REMEDY
                               Failure of the supply outlet.
                                                                   Connect any other kind of device to the same outlet
                               Failure of the transformer plug.
                                                                   and the controller to another outlet.
                               Failure of the transformer.
The controller does not power
                                                                   Open the case and check that the wires be properly
on.                           Problem in the cable connection.
                                                                   inserted in the 7-pole connector.
                                                                   If you use the side DIN socket, check for any short-
                               The controller is blocked.          circuited terminals in the connector cap.
                                                                   Follow instructions given in par. 6.8.
                                                                   Open the case and check whether the plastic
                               Damages in the plastic
                                                                   components supporting the micro switch are integer
                               components.
                                                                   (Fig. 10).
                                                                   Open the case and check whether (Fig. 10):
                                                                   the micro switch is integer;
                                                                   it is placed correctly;
The motor does not stop at the The micro switch is damaged.
                                                                   the terminals are placed correctly;
limit stop.
                                                                   the connection wires are integer;
                                                                   the micro switch starting lever is integer.
                                                                   Open the case (Fig. 10) and check that the metal
                                                                   seeger holding the cam be integer and correctly
                               The cam is out of place.            placed in its casing.
                                                                   Turn the cam with your hand to check whether it
                                                                   activates the micro switch lever.
                                                                   Check that the programming has been performed
                               The controller is not correctly
The controller does not                                            correctly and that the regeneration start corresponds
                               programmed.
perform regeneration.                                              to the really necessary one.
                                                                   If you are using the DIN socket (Fig. 9), check for
                               The controller is inhibited.
                                                                   any short-circuited terminals in the connector cap.
Wrong parameters are                                               Reset the controller following instructions given in
                               The controller is out of program.
displayed.                                                         par. 6.8.




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                                                              Fig. 10



                                                          Seeger




Fig. 10 clearly shows the micro switch, its block and command mechanical details, and the
terminals for connection to the controller.




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8 – SPARE PARTS
Attachments DA0189 and DA0191 describe the assembling schemes of the spare parts of a timer
provided with external drivers (the scheme shows 2 drivers, but there can be up to 9), and of a timer
without external drivers (this model is usually named 132). The items indicated in the schemes refer
to tab. 4, Table of items, among which there are explicit and implicit variants.

Among implicit variants we have:

1. The cam group. Items from 1 to 5 and item 12 (external drivers group) shown in attachment
   DA0189 are replaced only by item 22 (132 cam group) in attachment DA0191.
2. The turbine sensor cable. Items 20 and 21 indicated in both attachments are present in the
   volumetric type timers only, independently from the presence of any external driver.
3. Second microswitch. Item 19 in both attachments shows the ring controlling a second
   microswitch during the cam rotation. Please contact the SIATA sales department for further
   information about the performances that can be obtained with such a modification.
4. The plug-shaped transformer (item 6) can be provided in two ways: chlorine timer, transformer
   code 95-STC1, and non chlorine timer, transformer code 95-STD.

The explicit variants concern only the timers with external drivers (attachment DA0189), which in
the table are marked with an asterisk (*).

1. The number of pass-through drivers (item 2). Their quantity varies according to the number
   of drivers mounted on the timer. Therefore, if a timer is provided with 4 external drivers, 3 out
   of them will be pass-through drivers (item 2) and one driver only will be closed (item 3).
2. The coupling bars (item 4), the length of which varies according to the number of drivers
   mounted on the timer. The bar code is obtained by associating the number of drivers to the base
   code (468-), therefore, for a 2-driver timer the code will be 468-2, for a 5-driver timer it will be
   468-5, and so on.
3. Programming cam (item 12) for external drivers. It changes according to the device type.




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            Tab. 4 – Table of items shown in attachments DA0189 and DA0191
       Item                           Description                          Code
         1                                  Complete driver shoulder       433-KIT
         2                                 Complete driver (terminal)      2253-A
         3                             Complete pass-through driver        2253-B*
         4                           Coupling bar for external drivers      468-*
         5                                   M5 nut for threaded bar        468-D
         6                        Plug-shaped transformer 230V – 12 V      95-STD
                    Plug-shaped transformer 230V – 12 V / 6 V (CHLORINE)   95-STC1
         7                                         Ratiomotor               94-R7
         8                                        Timer case kit           81-KIT
         9                                      7-pole connector            93-7
        10                                   Timer supply cable lock         90
        11                                      Micro-switch wire            97
        12                                       External cam kit          2221-2*
        13                                 Micro-switch blocking plate      88-A
        14                                        Microswitch               92-F
        15                                     Microswitch holder            88
        16                            Aqua Ionic electronic board kit       892-K
        17                                    Cover blocking screw           120
        18                                 Timer case transparent cover      82
        19                                 Stop ring on power takeoff       84-AS
        20                                      Black cable lock            90-XP
        21                          Turbine sensor cable, 50 cm length     2223-50
        22                       New driver timer programming cam kit       2229




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